I build a PC some time ago, and from the get go I have been having problems with is. I brought it to the store where I ordered the parts, and they said my graphics card was damaged, and they replaced it.
As a note they said my SSD could be a little unstable also. So after raplcing of the graphics card the system runs a little better, but I get crashes again. It always crashes when I do stuff with graphics. Either do 3D benchmarks, or video rendering on highest quality.
Also when I install the newest drivers from NVIDEA, the system crashes on boot.
I removed my ssd, and placed in a normal HDD, and formatted the system. Now everything seem to run fine.
I have no clue what to do. Is it even possible my SSD is the cause of instable graphics. Is there a way for me to test if my SSD is any good.
It's a OCZ Vertex 4 - 128GB
Well, i'm trying to format my SSD now, from within windows which is installed on the HDD now and my machine crashes also. But before I head to the store again I want to know for sure if it is the SSD.